10. Use a pencil afterward
Use a pencil or powder to fill in the sparse areas after tweezing. Removing hairs is only part of the solution to great-looking eyebrows. The other part is filling in gaps. Always draw in the same direction as the hairs and pick a product that looks natural. In general, go one shade lighter than your brow hair color.
The bottom line for eyebrow care is to take your time and go slowly. If you groom too much, your eyebrows won’t look natural. You are going for a natural, clean look, so don’t overdo things. Follow these tips to make the process as carefree, pain free, and successful as possible.